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Representatives of some key actors in Kenya and Tanzania who stand with the Mara river initiatives: Key actors present included KFS, KEFRI, KWTA, NETFUND, Ministry of Environment and Forestry in Kenya, the Vice President’s Office for Environment of the Government of Tanzania and its Ministry of Water, Lake Victoria Basin Commission in Kenya, County Governments of Narok and Bomet, WWF Kenya, among others.
National Environment Trust Fund (NETFUND) is a State Corporation established by the Environmental Management and Coordination Act of 1999. Our mandate is “To facilitate research intended to further the requirements of environmental management, capacity building, environmental awards, environmental publications, scholarships and grants”. NETFUND’s vision is “Sustainable financing available for environmental management in Kenya”. Our mission is “To mobilize, manage and avail resources for; environmental awards, capacity building, research and publications, scholarships and grants in Kenya.”… Read More
NETFUND with the support of the Government of Kenya and development partners has invested in the following projects.
In the previous strategic period, 2015-2018, NETFUND developed more than 60 green businesses that have transformed more than 80,000 lives directly, through the provision of clean drinking water, clean and renewable energy, and has increased climate resiliency for more than 20,000 smallholder farmers in the country.
In our next strategic period 2018-2023, NETFUND has set out an ambitious plan aimed at building up a diversified pool of funding resources from international development partners and national budgets. We aim to finance environmental research and capacity building projects and initiatives in biodiversity conservation, pollution control, waste management, resource efficient and clean production and the restoration of forests and vital ecosystems.
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By Gloria Makau The rich and fertile Mara river basin hosts some of the largest wildlife populations in Africa. This includes those in the Serengeti National Park, which is arguably
By Mapesa Okumu NETFUND joined Export Promotion Council (EPC) and other partners to honor local enterprises that have significantly contributed to Kenya’s export business. The winners of the inaugural Kenya
By Gloria Makau The former Prime Minister of Kenya and AU High Representative for Infrastructure Development in Africa. Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga, and Hon. Peter Munya, the CS for the
The Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Vihiga County, NETFUND and agencies collaborate to celebrate the World Meteorological Day 2019
NETFUND Ag. CEO Samson Toniok on March 22, 2019 joined the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Keriako Tobiko and the Governor of Vihiga County H.E. Dr
National Environment Trust Fund (NETFUND) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), on Tuesday, 12th March 2019 recognized the creative efforts and achievements of Kenyan-based entrepreneurs at a
National Environment Trust Fund (NETFUND) and its partners in the Renewable Energy Working Group held Kenya’s first renewable energy awards gala on Thursday, 6th December 2018, at Southern Palms Beach
NETFUND Incubation Programme awarded the 2017/2018 top challenger award for Africa in Toronto, Canada
NETFUND’s incubation programme has been recognized and ranked one of the best incubation centres in Africa. During the World Incubation Summit organized by University Business incubation (UBI), the NETFUND incubation
National Environment Trust Fund has in this short rains season planted 12,000 trees in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and agencies. President Uhuru Kenyatta’s recent announcement of
NETFUND has received an excellent rating in the just-concluded performance contracting (PC) evaluation conducted by a team of experts. In November 2018, PC is a process that seeks to enhance
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Forestry, Keriako Tobiko, held a bilateral meeting with H.E. Ms. Isabella Lovin, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for International Development Cooperation of Sweden on
Our Programmes have far-reaching impact. The following numbers provide a snap-shot of this impact and a summary of our efforts so far.